New five-dimensional black holes classified by horizon geometry, and a Bianchi VI braneworld

@article{Cadeau2001NewFB,
  title={New five-dimensional black holes classified by horizon geometry, and a Bianchi VI braneworld},
  author={Coire Cadeau and Eric Woolgar},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2001},
  volume={18},
  pages={527-542}
}
We introduce two new families of solutions to the vacuum Einstein equations with negative cosmological constant in five dimensions. These solutions are static black holes whose horizons are modelled on the 3-geometries nilgeometry and solvegeometry. Thus the horizons (and the exterior spacetimes) can be foliated by compact 3-manifolds that are neither spherical, toroidal, hyperbolic, nor product manifolds, and therefore are of a topological type not previously encountered in black hole… Expand
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